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Champagne Wishes

Champagne Wishes

Distinctive Kitchens Hosts Grand Champagne Tasting By Jennie McKeon Even though it’s the holiday season, you don’t need a reason to enjoy some fine bubbly. At Distinctive Kitchens’ fourth [...]

A Holiday Classic

A Holiday Classic

Ballet Pensacola Presents “The Nutcracker” by Jennie McKeon It’s a Christmas tradition that will never get old. Whether you’re going to see the Sugar Plum Fairy or Clara and the [...]

Legal High on the Way Out

Legal High on the Way Out

DEA, Armed Forces Ban Spice By Brett Hutchins Spice, K2, Blaze and Red X Dawn are hot commodities. These synthetic cannabis products—fake marijuana—are sold legally in local tobacco and [...]

The Buzz 12.16

The Buzz 12.16

MPDP BETRAYAL The one person who has been consistently mentioned in both the Request for Qualification (RFQ) and Request for Proposal (RFP) is Cynthia Griffin of Saxet Realty. Her role per the RFQ [...]

Stories You May Have Missed

Stories You May Have Missed

MILLER LOSES ELECTION CHALLENGE New York Times: An Alaska Superior Court judge ruled against Tea Party Senate candidate Joe Miller, rejecting the claim that the name of his write-in opponent, [...]

Winners & Losers 12.16

Winners & Losers 12.16

Winners COMMUNITY MARITIME PARK The daily newspaper article proclaiming that Quint and Rishy Studer may have bought a Major League Baseball Double-A team to play in the maritime park to start the [...]

Hot Times 12.16

Hot Times 12.16

THURSDAY 12.16 ZOO LIGHTS 5-9 p.m. Through Dec. 23. Also Dec. 26-31. Enjoy the beauty of the zoo at night and thousands of sparkling holiday lights. General admission $7. Members $5. Train rides [...]

Feel the Funk

Feel the Funk

Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk Comes to Vinyl Music Hall By Kate Peterson Ivan Neville is the son of the famed New Orleans musician Aaron Neville. In 2003, Ivan, along with his cousin Ian Neville, [...]

Community Outreach

Community Outreach

StoryCorps MobileBooth Returning to Collect Oil Spill Stories The national oral history project, StoryCorps, is returning to Pensacola to collect oil spill stories for preservation at the Library of [...]

News of the Weird 12.16

News of the Weird 12.16

By Chuck Sheppard Among the oppressive patriarchal customs that remain in force in Saudi Arabia is a requirement that females obtain their father’s (or guardian’s) permission before marrying [...]

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